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"Brand New Bag" topped the R&B chart, as did "I Got You (I Feel Good)" and "It's a Man's, Man's, Man's World." After Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis replaced Jones as bandleader, Brown continued to score with "Cold Sweat," "I Got the Feelin'," "Say It Loud (I'm Black and I'm Proud)," "Give It Up or Turn It A-Loose," and "Mother Popcorn" — which were all Top 20 (many of them Top 10) pop hits. Concurrently, he recorded instrumental albums (a total of 11 between 1961 and 1971) that never attained great commercial success but, featuring his organ and piano work, continued his rhythmic explorations (tracks from the best of these can be found on the 1993 anthology, Soul Pride ).

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All these highly successful singles and collaborations in which he participated made him earn the seventh position in the Rolling Stone music magazine list of its selection of 100 Greatest Artists of All Time . Besides, he was awarded with several prestigious awards due to his great career. For instance, he was one of the first to be inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame , and, also, inducted in the Georgia Music Hall of Fame ; both acknowledgements took place back in the 80’s. James Brown was also awarded with a star of his own in the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1997.

In addition to writing and recording music, Brown toured relentlessly. He performed five or six nights a week throughout the 1950s and '60s, a schedule that earned him the title "The Hardest-Working Man in Show Business." Brown was a flashy showman, incredible dancer, and soulful singer, and his concerts were hypnotizing displays of exuberance and passion that left audiences in raptures. His saxophonist, Pee Wee Ellis, once said, "When you heard James Brown was coming to town, you stopped what you were doing and started saving your money."

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